Fixed-line giant Telekom Malaysia (TM) has finally confirmed that its Webe cellular service will roll out in mid-2016.
Telekom Malaysia has launched its 100Mbps Unifi plan that it hopes will allow customers to enjoy its service more than ever. But will they fork out the premium for the service, ponders Goh Thean Eu?
Telekom Malaysia has signed an agreement with Lao National Internet Centre, which manages Internet exchange points and acts as the International Internet Gateway (IIG) for Laos.
TM has signed a roaming agreement with BT which would allow both parties to leverage each other’s WiFi networks in Malaysia and the UK.
Fixed-line giant Telekom Malaysia will be embarking on a heavier-than-usual capex strategy this year and next, as it widens its broadband footprint and rolls out its mobile service.
HK conglomerate PCCW is optimistic that its Viu VOD service will garner high ratings in Malaysia, thanks to its tie-up with Telekom Malaysia
After first announcing an auction for spectrum, the Malaysian Government did a U-turn and allocated spectrum anyway, saying it would impose yet-to-be-named upfront fees. Stymied? So’s the industry.
TM and Celcom Axiata have struck three deals that will allow them to extend both their customer offerings.
TM is postponing the rollout of e-billing as the default payment method for its Streamyx and UniFi broadband customers from January to July 2016.
Netflix said it is be rolling out its VOD service in 130 new countries, but SEA regional players were unfazed.